Thursday, March 29, 2012

Challenge 64 - String Theory

On Mondays of each week, Laura from I am the Diva issues a new challenge.  This week for our String Theory challenges, everyone is to use a common string in their work.  For this challenge, we've divided our tile into 4, then divided it again with diagonals, creating 8 special-right triangles. (Each triangle has a 90 degree and two 45 degree angles).  Here's my take on the challenge:


I'm loving the ribbon across the middle....and I tried another couple of tangles that I haven't tried before....so it's all good!

Thanks a bunch for stopping by! Your comments are always appreciated!! Until next time..

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14 comments:

Mariët said...

Very creative!

Bonnie said...

As always, Susan, I am amazed! I know you say this is very relaxing, but it looks really complicated to me.

Susan said...

I love this one! Your divisions are fantastic. Well done!

Dianne said...

I love the ribbon across the middle, too! And also the one going down vertically.

cnelson said...

I just don't know how you do these?! Soooooo AMAZING! I'm in AWE!

Meggymay said...

Wow, this looks fabulous, it must have taken you hours to make.
Yvonne

Sandra H said...

Hi Susan, You have so much talent l think l have said this before but it really is stunning work you do:)xx

Sue said...

Ohhh, I love the different tangles you've used to divide the sections, and your choices of tanges ! Well done.

Shelly Beauch said...

Yes! Great ribbon!

Loli said...

Hola Susan, thank you for your comment last week:D
OOOh Susan your are the Diva of Zentangle, simply fantastic!! great job.
A spring hug from Palma and have a nice week

Carole said...

Susan, this is awesome! Amazing what can be done with string ... I'm so impressed! Thanks so much for visiting.

Terrie said...

Love the way you made your string lines - each of those is so great! It's hard to imagine you got all those tangles in that small of a square!

Karen Lynn said...

Great tile! I love how you tangled the strings, esp. the ribbons and the peapods.

fatmonica said...

It's fabulous!

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